FAO in Kenya

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10 June 2024
Emerging and re-emerging infectious animal and zoonotic diseases pose significant threats to global health security, livelihoods, and economies, especially through trade disruptions. Rapid detection, accurate diagnosis, and timely response are critical in managing these disease outbreaks. However, many countries lack the necessary capacity, equipment, or reagents for such tasks. To...
05 June 2024
On World Environment Day 2024, we celebrate the achievements of ten inspiring young women – the Forest Carbon Champions – who are leading the way for environmental conservation efforts with their local communities across eight counties in Kenya. Since the start of the year, these champions have engaged over 10,550 community...
31 May 2024
Naivasha – The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), through its Emergency Center for Animal Transboundary Diseases (ECTAD), in collaboration with the Directorate of Veterinary Services (DVS) and Washington State University (WSU), concluded a successful biannual meeting to review the implementation of the Kenya Animal Biosurveillance System...
20 May 2024
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) today joined other stakeholders to mark the World Bee Day celebrations in Kajiado. The well attended event brought together various stakeholders in the honey value chain. The celebrations kicked off with a procession through Kajiado town and tour of exhibitions...
16 May 2024
Nairobi–The 16th Pan African Chief Veterinary Officers (CVO) and the World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH) Delegates Meeting, hosted by the African Union Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources (AU-IBAR) from 15 to 16 May 2024, united veterinary leaders, animal health experts. The meeting addressed critical issues in animal health and...
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